Define By What is Not - oil on panel, by Laura Schiff Bean (via Gilman Contemporary)

Define By What is Not - oil on panel, by Laura Schiff Bean (via Gilman Contemporary)

"Julie Heffernan, “Self Portrait Dressing Wounds” (2012), oil on canvas, 67 x 70 in (all images courtesy the artist and P.P.O.W Gallery, New York)" (via Hyperallergic)

"Julie Heffernan, “Self Portrait Dressing Wounds” (2012), oil on canvas, 67 x 70 in (all images courtesy the artist and P.P.O.W Gallery, New York)" (via Hyperallergic)

Madre, by Sylvia Ji

Madre, by Sylvia Ji

No title or artist given; via The House of Vines.
**Edit: By Jaroslaw Datta. Many thanks to morbidism for the source.**

No title or artist given; via The House of Vines.

**Edit: By Jaroslaw Datta. Many thanks to morbidism for the source.**

Judith with the Head of Holofernes, by Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen—via Web Gallery of Art

Judith with the Head of Holofernes, by Jan Cornelisz Vermeyen—via Web Gallery of Art

Paintings by Julie Heffernan (via Mark Moore Gallery and Artodyssey)

Piambura (top) and untitled (bottom) by Adrian Gottlieb—via AMERICAN GALLERY

The Red Tower (Giorgio de Chirico)—via TV Tropes

The Red Tower (Giorgio de Chirico)—via TV Tropes

Plate from She Buildeth Her House, by Will Comfort—via Project Gutenberg

Plate from She Buildeth Her House, by Will Comfort—via Project Gutenberg

"Josef Diaz, the museum’s curator of Southwest and Mexican Colonial Collections, pointed to Massacre of the Innocents for an example of how European religious art began morphing into new cultures. Here’s how the painting looks in general (forgive the point-and-shoot photography and laboratory lighting)…”—via New Mexico History Museum (photo by Kate Nelson)

"Josef Diaz, the museum’s curator of Southwest and Mexican Colonial Collections, pointed to Massacre of the Innocents for an example of how European religious art began morphing into new cultures. Here’s how the painting looks in general (forgive the point-and-shoot photography and laboratory lighting)…”—via New Mexico History Museum (photo by Kate Nelson)

Leonardo - La belle ferronnière (by petrus.agricola)

Leonardo - La belle ferronnière (by petrus.agricola)

"Venus awakening Adonis, John William Waterhouse"—via Madeline Miller

"Venus awakening Adonis, John William Waterhouse"—via Madeline Miller